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Company Overview of Scott Technologies, Inc.
Scott Technologies, Inc., doing business as Scott Health & Safety, Inc., manufactures and delivers respiratory and personal protective equipment and safety devices for firefighters, industrial workers, police squads, militaries, homeland security forces, and rescue teams around the world. Its products include self-contained breathing apparatus, supplied air and air-purifying respirators, PPE, gas and flame detection instruments, thermal imaging cameras, and firefighter communications and accountability devices. Its products protect individuals from environmental hazards, including smoke, toxic fumes, combustible gases, falling objects, and contaminants. The company serves chemical manufactur...
4320 Goldmine Road
Monroe, NC 28110
Founded in 1932
Key Executives for Scott Technologies, Inc.
Regional Sales Director of Middle East
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Scott Technologies, Inc. Key Developments
Scott Safety Launches EZ-Scape Pro Self-Rescue Belt
Aug 27 15
Scott Safety announced the launch of the new EZScape Pro integrated selfrescue belt, designed to improve performance and versatility on the fire ground. The new EZScape Pro is equipped with an NFPA 1983 rated attachment point. Offered in a onesize fitsmost configuration, the belt works with the Scott AirPak X3 SCBA. When coupled with the Scott Multi Use Ladder Strap, the EZScape Pro can be used for downed firefighter carries, norope bailout, lowering and as a ladder strap. Scott Safety will showcase the EZScape Pro at FRI booth #1021.
Scott Safety Plans $29 Million Expansion in Monroe
Feb 27 15
Scott Safety announced that it is planning a $28.7 million expansion in Monroe, a move that comes with more than $1 million in local, county and state incentives. The company also will add 67 jobs over five years to its workforce of 515 people. The company's plans call for building expansion or renovation and new equipment. Union County commissioners had approved a grant of up to $4,515,000 paid over five years, Monroe City Council authorized a similar grant for up to $466,200 for the same time period and the state incentive came to $150,000.
Scott Safety Receives NIOSH Approvals for its Air-Pak X3 and Air-Pak 75
May 20 14
Scott Safety received NIOSH approvals for its Air-Pak X3 and Air-Pak 75 SCBA's meeting the 2013 Edition of NFPA 1981 and 1982. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) does not test, certify or approve any products or processes. The Air-Pak 75 (AP 75) has been the SCBA used by first responders and municipal and industrial firefighters since its introduction in 2007. The key reasons for its success are: Redundancy of Safety Features giving firefighter’s confidence in their life saving equipment and allowing them to focus on the critical job at hand. Ease of Use provides firefighters a simple-to- use and easy-to-understand SCBA that requires minimal training, increases operational efficiencies and reduces training costs. Low Cost of Ownership lower costs after initial sale through its rugged design, assembly and warranty policy enable the department to direct valuable funding to training and other PPE rather than on maintenance costs.
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